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Blue Sky Vineyard, Cristaudo’s Team Up To Host Gala For Veterans Honor Flight

Blue Sky Vineyard and Cristaudo's Cafe and bakery are teaming up to host a fundraising gala to benefit Veterans Honor Flight of Southern Illinois, which takes area veterans to Washington,


Fall Retreats In The Midwest

Reconnect with nature on a fall trip to an artsy lakeside town, a scenic wine trail, hidden waterfalls, or the rolling hills of the prairie


Shawnee Hills Wine Trail’s Midsummer Picnic Pairings

(WSIL) -- If you are looking for something new and different to do in southern Illinois, you may want to check out the Shawnee Hills Wine Trail's Wine & Food Pairing Weekend (this weekend).


Best Overnight Stay

Blue Sky Vineyard ? If you can?t afford a weekend trip to Italy, a stay in one of Blue Sky Vineyard?s two suites might just be the next best thing.


Blue Sky Vineyards: Blue Sky Nights

Blue Sky Vineyards issued the following announcement on.Join us each month for a relaxing evening celebrating wine, food, music and more in the company of good friends at our Tuscan Sun Pavilion.


Blue Sky Hosts Fundraiser For Veterans Honor Flight Of Southern Illinois

Blue Sky Vineyard is hosting a brunch event this weekend, with proceeds to benefit Veterans Honor Flight of Southern Illinois.


Blue Sky Vineyard To Host Women’s Center Fundraiser

The Women's Center is hosting a fundraising brunch at Blue Sky Vineyard on Sunday, May 19.


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There are many beautiful wineries along the Shawnee Wine Trail in Southern Illinois, but only one will make you feel like you have traveled to the lush-green hills of Italy.


8 Great Wineries In The St. Louis Region

If you enjoy wine and gorgeous views, a visit to local wine trails should be on your list of things to do. Here are some of our favorite area wineries


Wine Warning: Missouri Officials Say One Brand’s Bottles Might Explode

Missouri officials are warning wine drinkers not to get smashed. But it?s not what you might think: Apparently the bottles are a much bigger problem than what?s in them.